U.S. Middle East Peace Policy and America’s Role in the Middle East Peace Process, 1991-1992

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With its wealth of White House-based primary sources, U.S. Middle East Peace Policy And America’s Role In The Middle East Peace Process, supports research in Middle East and global studies, political science, international relations, diplomacy and more. Researchers can read letters sent by Jewish, Muslim and Christian groups expressing concerns or support for the Bush policies; replies offered by the White House defend the administration’s policy.

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Archives Unbound Series

Introducing Archives Unbound -- a vast new resource that combines the best of legacy microfilms from Gale and Primary Source Media and new, never-before-filmed collections. Specifically developed to address the needs of individual scholars, universities, and organizations, Archives Unbound is unique not only for its expansive, multi-disciplinary content but also for the distinct new intuitive search platform by which it is accessed.

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  • Significant correspondence sent by the members of a variety of Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Interest groups.
  • Information on Bush administration’s policies in relation to Israeli-Palestinian relationships, potential loan guarantees to Israel for the settlement of Jewish immigrants, other U.S. humanitarian efforts in the Middle East.
  • Unique material on highly debated issues regarding the division of Israel in Jerusalem, divisions around the Gaza strip, West Bank, and other designated areas considered "occupied territories" and "settlements".
  • Unsolicited advice and various viewpoints on various policies with Israel and Bush administration policies.
  • Often, letters are accompanied by informational papers, newspaper articles, and other case study reports in support of ideas being presented.